Surrender

Almost every moment registers a surrender of some kind, and the nature of this surrender determines whether ours be a backward or a forward movement. We should always seek to do the thing which is nearest right. True surrender to our highest sense of divine Principle is the price of spiritual growth and inward peace, for thereby personal sense yields to spiritual sense.

As Christian Scientists we have accepted God as the only creator, and spiritual man, His image, as the only man. We therefore have no choice but mentally to associate ourselves with this true man by surrendering in thought and deed, in so far as this is practically possible, whatever forms no part of man's nature and heritage.

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